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The most amazing regular tram service which is free in the City area and where there are friendly helpful staff at so many of the stops.The green and red free routes are also very useful and free but the tram takes the prize for clean...More
This was a great way to travel from one end of the Adelaide CBD to th other with the option to pay a fare to Glenelg. One tip though, don't travel a peak hour as it is so packed you can't move for people.
We were on holiday in Adelaide on a cold, windy day and did a full circuit on the city connector bus. It was a great way to get an impression of Adelaide without getting cold and wet. The previous day, we had used the service...More
We stayed at the south end of Adelaide but many of the places that we wanted to visit were at the northern end. It was no problem to get around the city with the Free City Connector Bus and Tram. We caught the bus one...More
I'm often surprised more cities don't offer more services like this. As a visitor, I want to move around easily and without issue - so free services like these are perfect. With a frequent timetable and servicing the key parts of the CBD and North...More
Trust Adelaide to have a free city connector bus. We took the service that goes to North Adelaide and used it as a way to see the city. Great for those who aren't so mobile. Easy to get on and off, and lots of stops.
Sorry, I know that the Adelaide trams are wheelchair accessible, but I haven't been on the Melbourne tram for several years. However, I'm sure that our sensitive Aussie cousins will have made provision for this need.
Response from Jimpendrigh | Reviewed this property |
Hi I’m not sure where currie street is but I think there’s 3-4 different colour routes to take which access most of the city look in google Adelaide free transport maps . Have a great time it’s a loverly clean city